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Tuesday, November 26

Tour Review: Storm by Nine Levine

Title: Storm
By: Nina Levine
Series: Storm MC #1
My Copy: Ebook for Blog Tour
BookWhisperer Rating:

Life can be a bitch but love can get you through any storm.

Madison Cole’s family is the Storm Motorcycle Club. Her father is the President and her brother is the VP. She grew up surrounded by bikers, crime and violence. Two years ago she walked away from her family and the world they live in. Her soul was shattered, her heart was broken and she had an addiction she couldn't shake. She picked up the pieces and put herself back together. Now her family wants her back. The club is being threatened and they send a club member to return her home to safety; the one person that could destroy everything she has worked so hard to build.

Jason Reilly has sacrificed a lot for the motorcycle club he calls family. Two years ago he made the biggest sacrifice of all; he gave up the woman he loved for them. Now he is being sent to bring her back and he is conflicted. He thought he was over her but discovers their connection is as strong as ever. Their love was all-consuming, passionate and fiery. It was also their undoing and he doesn't know if either of them is strong enough to battle the demons that ripped them apart, to find love again. 

Madison and Jason are brought back together by a force out of their control; one that pushes them to a breaking point. Can they overcome their past and discover a love worth fighting for or will the harsh reality of their world finally and completely break them both?

What a butthead..... J you may be hot, but seriously sometime you really are just an ass. As far as MC novels go this honestly wasn't bad. The storm motorcylce club reminds me a lot of my beloved SOA. With the clean club; no drugs or guns it some very common traits. Madison is the daughter of a Pres, so I feel that she should be quite familiar with a life of "Club Business". As an adult I would think that this would just be the way it is, but it seems in the majority of this book she is constant biting the hand for more information. Overall, I felt Storm to be enjoyable, but nothing reaches out and marks me with this splendor. I am curious to see what will come in the future, and would a book two would hold. 

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